Foreign News: Osseous Deed

A thief, thought to be a religious maniac, entered the little 13th Century Church of St. Nicholas des Champs, Paris, and departed with a bone, formerly the intrinsic property of St. Martin, which had been preserved there ever since La Chapelle de St. Martin was demolished to make way for the Library of the Arts and Crafts Museum. Consternation reigned among the congregation when the news of the missing bone was given out.


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